- Title Pages
- Introduction: Service-learning in Asia
1Bridging Classrooms to Communities in Service-learning Programs
2An Appreciation of Cross-cultural Differences through International Service-learning at International Christian University, Japan
3Building Students’ Total Learning Experience through Integrating Service-learning into the Teacher Education Curriculum 1
4Service-learning Models in the Asia-Pacific Region and Lady Doak College
5The Community-based Instruction Program at Hong Kong Baptist University
6How Actions Can Become Learning: The Cross-cultural Effectiveness of Service-learning in Asia
7Intercultural Service-learning and Multicultural Symbiosis
8Service-learning in University Curricula: A Case Study at Fu Jen Catholic University
9International Service-learning: A Singapore Experience
10A Cross-cultural Service-learning Program Model: W.T. Chan Fellowships Program
- Service-Learning in Asia
- Hong Kong University Press
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